What Do Missing Shoe Dreams Mean?

Updated on August 6, 2022

I have these dreams about me going to places with no shoes. I have no idea why. But in my dreams people ask me “where are your shoes” or they laugh. I dont care much for shoes. I prefer sandals more. But i always seem to have dreams of me missing my shoes!

so what do these dreams mean?

9 Answers

  • Shoes

    In general, shoes represent your approach to life. It suggests that you are well-grounded or that you are down to earth.?It also represents your convictions about your beliefs. If you are changing your shoes, then it refers to your changing roles. You are taking a new approach to life. If your forget your shoes, then it suggests that you are leaving restraints behind you. You are refusing to conform to some idea or attitude. To find shoes in your dream, suggests that you have regained your foothold on life. You are back on the right path again.

    To see old and worn shoes in your dream, signifies that through diligence and hard work, you will find success. It may also mean that you have come to grips with accepting who you are.

    To dream that you are wearing inappropriate shoes for the activity at hand, denotes that your progress and path in life will be laborious and ill-prepared. It may also indicate that you are heading on the wrong direction and need to reevaluate your goals.

    To dream that you are not wearing any shoes, signifies that you have low self-esteem and a lack of confidence in yourself. You may be dealing with issues concerning your self-identity. It also indicates poverty, lack of mobility, or misunderstanding.?Alternatively, it represents your playful attitudes and relaxed, carefree frame of mind. You have a firm grasp and good understanding on a situation. If you dream that you lose your shoes, then it suggests that you may be searching for your identity and finding/exploring who you are

  • Dreams About Shoes

  • When you interpret dream, you have to separate items first Missing something = neglect, anxiety, seeking for attention shoes = decision making bathroom = privacy Projecting yourself in a missing shoes situation may not reflect what actually you do in reality. On the contrary, shoes in this case may symbolize decision making. In your case, you may be having difficulties in making decision. Missing in this case simply mean you have problem handling things on your own. You tend to lose it because you are not sure if the decision you made fit what it is supposed to be. Basically you want to make certain decision in life and somehow due to certain reason that blocks you from making your won. If could be about some privacy issue or it could be about peer pressure. Examine your life, you will know exactly why you dream about that.

  • I have had a dream simular to this and i was told that it meant i would have to endure a tough journey in life, my feet were sore though, so yours could be different but i think shoes refer to sucess in a small way! i think!!!

  • It means, you are operating under the Era of old school. You need to stand erect and wear model method of operation

  • I often dream that I’ve either lost my shoes or that they’ve been stolen, which evokes feelings of negativity and frustration. Does it mean anything? No. You can read anything into it you like- dreams don’t have any inherent meaning. Lots of people like to think that dreams are full of symbolism, but THINKING that can cause you to dream that you’re seeing symbolism, which in fact you aren’t.

    That’s the trouble with the human brain- you can imagine pretty much anything, and you can convince yourself of pretty much anything, regardless whether it’s true or not.

  • It means you feel more comfortable and secure being close to the earth (in your own way) and people keep trying to change your way of thinking.

  • it means your going to lose your shoes?

  • I had a dream where I had 3 left shoes, nut no right shoe. WTF??!!

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